Perl 6
WITCH: Revision 11

What Is This Character Here?

ThisWITCH is mostly a bunch of hyperlinks that allows one to find documentation for operators, special variables and other features when there is a "mystery character" whose usage is not understood.

Start by clicking on the character you do not understand the usage of. You will be brought to a page that tells how the character is used and/or can point you to compound operators or other uses for the character.

< left pointy { [ ( ) ] } >
~ squiggle + ^ $ @ % & *
. ` ' " \ backslash / slash ; =
_ underscore , # ! ?   « left french » "right french"
               
               
               
               

a b c d e f g h
i j k l m n o small o p
q r s t u v w x small x
y z            
A B C D E F G H
I J K L M N O P
Q R S T U V W X
Y Z            

In addition to a handy way to find out what an operator does, it also helps show how Perl 6 tries to allocate characters to uses that have similar or related semantics, by collecting a list of the various uses of a character in one place. Also mentioned are uses of characters from Perl5 and some other languages, so the index can also be used in a "how do I?" fashion.

Want to help build this? Make sure your favorite character, usage, or feature is documented... and that your favorite documentation is linked in. See the WITCH guidelines for some tips.


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